Featured Project in Construction Today Magazine.
A joint venture and value engineering redesign to restore a very historic Chicago Bronzeville Landmark from the ‘20s into a mixed-use development. - published 2016. Click here to see the article!
RobertsHVAC launches new completely redesigned website - March, 2013.
www.RobertsHVAC.com has been entirely redesigned and is now loaded with new features and information to better serve our customers, clients and vendors. This new technology will help automated, inform and organize everything from estimating to service & maintenance to closing out and managing projects.
Featured contractor in US Builders Magazine - Winter, 2013.
More information to come. Article to be published winter 2013. www.USBuildersReview.com
Highlighted in Chief Engineer Magazine for role in the River City Flood Restoration - June, 2011.
On Friday, July 23rd, 2010 more than 7 inches of rain hit the Chicago area. The Chicago river overflowed and flooded the entire lower level including the mechanical rooms of the large condo complex known as River City. This flood destroyed and contaminated all the mechanical system providing heating, cooling, water, electrical and more to the entire complex. Robert's immediately sprung into action acquiring temporary boilers and piping in prep for getting the heat back on once the water was pumped out. Over the next several weeks Roberts worked non-stop to provide temporary systems and in parallel a new system design which included: Pumps, Chillers, Boilers, Custom Controls and more to replace the entire mechanical room. Working closely with the owners and insurance companies to ensure the new systems are back in action as soon as possible for the residents. See the Article - http://chiefengineer.org/?p=6872
National City Plaza
We would be pleased to provide Roberts Environmental Control a reference based on the project recently completed at the National City Tower. Retrofitting the chillers in a 40 story hi-rise in a downtown central business district with limited street access was certainly no simple task. At least one local engineering firm though it was logistically impossible to place this new equipment in the building. From concept to final punch list, your company was excellent to work with!- M&J Wilkow, LTD